Eurovision 2011 – Sweden

Eric Saade – Popular

So many of these sound like covers. Here we have a young man dressed like Michael Jackson, surrounded by men in what looks like some weird S&M gear. Oh how European!

We have a feeling a few things went wrong here. I think the main problem was a 20-something telling people he’ll be popular when there’s a 20 ft high Pokeball in the background. I’ve tried this – it doesn’t work, Pokemon no longer attracts people that much. Wrong audience dude. Catchy song though, so perhaps you’ll be popular tonight. If not, those guys you had dancing seem pretty interested in becoming your friends.

A x

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Hi, thanks for stopping by. I'm Amy and this is my blog dedicated to all things travelly and foody. I recently decided to fulfill a lifelong dream and travel in the US. Though the trip isn't as long as I hoped (at the moment...) it should be very exciting, and this blog will tell you all about where I go and what I get upto, and hopefully provide you with some handy travel info, if that's what you're looking for. I've done a fair bit of travelling, mainly around Europe in the last few years, and love to visit new places. Pretty much the main reason I do visit places is food - yes, a picturesque sunset is wonderful, but so is stuffing your face on local cuisine. When I'm not setting off to do a bit of exploring you can find me at the gym or marathoning American TV shows. I love doing new and adventurous things, but I also love internet cat videos, and my girls Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
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4 Responses to Eurovision 2011 – Sweden

  1. I don’t know, Pokemon is making a retro comeback in my circles. Oh wait, they want to be *actually* popular?

    I love the S&M vibe, I hope they know about safe words though…

    xxx

  2. Pingback: Live-Blogging Eurovision 2011 – Part 2 « Amy Elizabeth

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